One last day of September sun before 800-mile wide Storm Aiden sweeps in

Brits are set to soak up one last day of September sun before 65mph Storm Aiden sweeps in and temperatures drop.

The UK’s Indian summer will come to an abrupt end with the mercury falling by 10C within days.

And the 800-mile wide Storm Aiden will bring strong gusts when it hits the country from as early as Tuesday.

But temperatures are forecast to stay in the mid-20s on Monday.

Rail and wind is likely from Wednesday, while London will plunge from 25C on Sunday to 15C on Thursday.

There could even be snow in parts of Britain this week, according to the Sun.

The Met Office says the weather will be “turning Autumnal” by the middle of the week.

Forecasters added from Wednesday it will be turning “much colder than recently and unsettled with showers and occasional longer spells of rain”.

Met Office meteorologist Matthew Box said: “Unsettled weather is possibly on the cards towards the end of September.

“While it is still early, a number of these cyclones in the Atlantic could have some influence on our weather as we head towards the final part of September.”

Forecaster Marco Petagna added: “As we head towards the end of the month, the weather may be unsettled due to cyclones in the Atlantic.”

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The rain and showers are set to continue into the weekend and next week, becoming "heavy and blustery at times".

The north and north east is likely to see the heaviest rainfall and potentially gales, the Met Office added.

Spain's Subtropical Storm Alpha, which is pushing warm air towards the UK, has caused the recent sunshine.

Sun worshippers flocked to parks and beaches over the weekend to make the most of the heat.

The mercury reached 25.2C at London’s Heathrow Airport on Saturday.

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